national sovereignty

Digital: The end of the nation-state?

The shift of sovereignty from public services to meta-platforms is one of the issues that has been of great concern in recent months; although this issue is sometimes raised in the media, it seems to be perceived as less than real, as the loss of sovereignty is constant and ongoing. In a series


How Emmanuel Macron plans to take global leadership in cyberpeace

At the beginning of a week of three meetings in Paris on peace, government technologies and Internet governance, Emmanuel Macron launched the Paris Appeal, a call to support an "open, secure, stable, accessible and peaceful cyberspace". The Paris Appeal is another example of the President's commitment to "open, secure, stable, accessible and peaceful cyberspace.


A Knowledge Centre for Innovation in Saint-Etienne


A Manufacture (of weapons), a plain (Achilles), a factory (of innovation), laboratories (of innovative uses and practices), a large factory (creative), platforms (technological), hotels (with project), a village (by CA), a centre (of Knowledge for Innovation), a concierge, incubators, accelerators...and even a Mixer! It all starts

energy transition

Overseas territories, new open-data laboratories for energy transition


The law on energy transition for green growth places the Overseas Departments and Collectivities and Corsica at the forefront of the development of renewable energies. It also gives them responsibility for defining their own multi-annual energy programming, in collaboration with the State. How to better respond to the challenges

digital explosion

The digital environmental bill is skyrocketing.

Today, digital technology is almost unanimously regarded as the main lever for economic and social development. In developed countries, where the digital transformation of businesses and the public sector is accelerating, it is often seen as the key solution for returning to growth. In developing countries, its

digital and migration

Migration and mobility: What does digital change in the face of diasporas?


Over the past few decades, migrants have become increasingly connected, as have the societies in which they live. In this particular form of forced mobility, that due to migration, the use of new technologies makes it possible to remain anchored in the country of origin, while facilitating integration.


Transiscope or all the ecological and social alternatives in one place

In the face of the many ecological, economic and societal uncertainties, our societies need a "landscape of desire" - in the words of Ernst Bloch - and new opportunities to project themselves into the future and take new paths. An ecological and social transformation of our society is already largely at work in the following areas

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